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Change: A Challenge and a Necessity
Sanjeev
In the past, the field of organizational change and change management turned out problematic and change managers and senior management struggled. Yet today it is evident that changing organizations is more necessary and important than ever. Due to well known factors such as fierce and worldwide competition, rapidly changing customer needs, and the new horizons offered by information technology, both the speed and the magnitude of the necessary organizational changes have increased. As a result, the field of organizational change has a very interesting and bright future, in which new ways to bridge and reconciliate these contradictions must be found. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Due to competition and market dynamics , organisation strategies and business models are always in a constant state of flux and therefore the challenges to manage people and process requires new ways of thinking - just as the saying goes that linear thinking does not work in a non-linear environment.
 

   

 
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